The HTC One is HTC’s 2013 Android flagship. Following up on the 1080p screens in the Butterfly and Droid DNA, the One shrinks things down to an even higher-density 4.7-inch 1080p display. Constructed with an aluminum shell, the handset measures a mere 4 millimeters thick around its edge. The One marks the arrival of HTC’s UltraPixel imaging technology, sacrificing camera resolution in an attempt to produce higher-quality snapshots.
Do you want a dual-boot smartphone? (Poll)
It feels like HTC is bringing dual-boot smartphones closer to reality. Would you buy one?